Technology - the past, the present, and your future
Dr. Terry Sellke discusses methods to help orthodontists go beyond surviving and get back to thriving. Micro-Osteoperforation (MOPs) and High Frequency Vibration (HFV) play a large role in the future of orthodontics as adjuncts to meet current patient and practice demands.
Sellke, T. (2019). Technology – the past, the present, and your future. Orthodontic Practice US,10(2).
Dr. Terry Sellke
Dr. Terry A. Sellke is a native Illinoisan. His fervor for Illinois extends to his academic background, having enrolled in the University of Illinois undergraduate and dental school. He graduated with his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1971. Two years later, he achieved a specialty degree in orthodontics. In 1974, he received a Master’s degree in orthodontics, the same year that he opened the first office of what was to become Drs. Sellke and Reily, Ltd. In 1980, Dr. Sellke became a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. He still teaches orthodontics at the University of Illinois College of Dentistry, where he earned the titles of professor, master clinician, co-clinic director, and master’s thesis advisor. Dr. Sellke lectures domestically and internationally on clinical orthodontics as well as another of his passions, applying business principles to the practice of orthodontics.